SAP Signavio Connects Experience Data with Operations Data to Transform Business

SAP is introducing an experience-driven journey to process analytics, correlating experience data from user surveys (whether customer, supplier, or employee) with underlying IT systems to give companies the ability to understand how best to optimize their end-to-end business processes for both operational excellence and customer experience.

The company also announced that SAP Signavio will be a brand of SAP, reflecting SAP’s commitment to this market segment.

“With the availability of journey to process analytics, we are taking the first step in demonstrating the profound effect of bringing Signavio into SAP,” said Rouven Morato, co-general manager, SAP Signavio, SAP. “Bringing experience data into the equation gives our customers previously missing insights into how internal operations impact end users. The new SAP Signavio brand represents our belief that business process transformation is foundational to creating the agility, resilience, and responsiveness required in today’s world.”

While business process management (BPM) solutions provide a starting point for managing change and understanding interconnectivity among operational systems, they often can’t paint the full picture. By connecting experience data with operations data, our customers can now uncover the impact of process changes on end users and have the tools they need to optimize outcomes.

The journey to process analytics capabilities within SAP Signavio software recently completed beta testing with over 25 companies globally, with immediate availability to customers through the SAP Signavio Process Transformation Suite.

SAP Signavio customers can join the early adopter program to get their experience data in SAP Signavio solutions for the full journey to process analytics functionality.

Based on the success of the recently launched SAP Signavio Journey Modeler solution, SAP is expecting significant uptake and will be working closely with its go-to-market partners to meet anticipated demand.

Following the acquisition of Signavio by SAP in March 2021, the combination of SAP and Signavio solutions created the most comprehensive business process transformation portfolio on the market, according to the vendor.

“Consistent feedback from customers validates our beliefs when we joined with SAP just over a year ago,” said Gero Decker, a co-founder of Signavio and now co-general manager, SAP Signavio, SAP. “Our business process transformation portfolio is giving organizations a new, data-driven way of identifying touch points where they can remove friction and create delight for employees, suppliers and customers.”

SAP Signavio is a key component of the RISE with SAP solution, the SAP offering designed to help every enterprise develop new business models to avoid being disrupted, gain efficiencies to fund innovation and transform mission-critical systems without business risk.

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